Supreme Court of Delaware - January 2003 Opinion Summaries

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MIDDLEBROOK v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
Though trial counsel provided ineffective assistance in disregarding petitioner's instruction to file a direct appeal after sentencing, a new trial...
01/31/2003 424/427, 2000

GARDEN v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Murder and robbery convictions are affirmed but death sentence is reversed, where the trial judge erred in his consideration of the weight to be given...
01/28/2003 125/162, 2001

BRICE v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Constitutional Law, Criminal Law & Procedure, Sentencing
Amendments to Delaware's death penalty statute in light of Ring v. Arizona, 122 S.Ct. 2428 (2002), were procedural and do not violate ex post facto...
01/22/2003 468, 2002

CHAVIN v. PNC BANK, DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Probate, Trusts & Estates
In a dispute over the word "then" as used in a trust provision, in order to give effect to the settlor's intent the trust must be construed as meaning...
01/17/2003 175, 2002

DELAWARE STATE UNIV. CHAPTER OF THE AM. ASS'N OF UNIV. PROFESSORS v. DELAWARE STATE UNIV.

Supreme Court of Delaware
Contracts, Dispute Resolution & Arbitration, Education Law, Labor & Employment Law
The state Public Employee Relations Board should defer to the grievance and arbitration procedures pursuant to the parties' collective bargaining...
01/14/2003 119, 2002

MM COS., INC. v. LIQUID AUDIO, INC.

Supreme Court of Delaware
Corporation & Enterprise Law, Securities Law
A judgment permitting an incumbent board of directors to adopt defense measures which changed the size and composition of a board's membership is...
01/08/2003 606, 2002

MACDONALD v. STATE OF DELAWARE

Supreme Court of Delaware
Criminal Law & Procedure, Evidence
A first-degree murder defendant was not entitled to a new trial, where 1) the prosecutor's questions as to defendant's statements to the police did...
01/06/2003 61, 2002
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